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homework, ask these questions of yourself and then demand answers from washington, because america is at stake. we're not talking about my america or my vision of america. it's your vision of america. what do you think america should look like? and by the way, questioning your government is not only important, but in a democratic republic, it is required of each of us, so, if you're somebody who watches television, scratch your head and say, that doesn't make any sense. this week, i ask you, sit down. write some notes. call a friend right now and say watch the program on fox right now. then, stand up and come follow me. hello, america. this week i'm doing a special series of shows. it's called "a new republic: america's future," but i don't know about you. maybe i'm the only one. i didn't have a problem with the old republic. this special is more aptly titled "reasonable questions for an unreasonable time." all these weeks we will cover these topics, president obama, but you will quickly see this isn't about president obama. it is so much more. we're going to talk about the left an
you to take some notes this week. do your own homework, because it's not my america we're talking about. it's all of our america. it's your america. it's your children's america, and questioning your government is not only important, but in a democratic republic, it is required! so, if you're like me, and you see people on television, and they tell you the things that are happening, and it doesn't make sense, this week, sit down, grab a note pad and a pencil and come on! follow me. hello, america. this week, i am doing a special series of shows. we have called it a new republic, america's future, but for those of you who didn't have a problem with the old republic, i think this special is more aptly titled "reasonable questions for an unreasonable time." by the end of this week, i hope you will have a clearer understanding of what might be happening in washington. i don't know what's happening in washington, because nobody's asking questions and certainly nobody is giving you any straight eangses. you will have a better idea of what to do about it as well, but more importantly, yo
the news begins. behind me is the national desk. they are covering america. over here is the foreign desk. they are covering the globe. every picture that comes into fox news channel comes in through here, our media desk. on "the live desk" those pictures will always be on the right-hand side of the screen. in the top box, breaking news concerning the deficit. the cbo has come out with a brand new numbers, and they are much worse than projected. polls show that americans believe the number one board of the obama administration should be to reduce the deficit. what does this mean for health care then, cap and trade, and other administration policies? in the middle box, a story that broke here on "the live desk." an explosion at a northern california high school. now we know about the man behind the bombing and the vast amount of weapons and explosives he was carrying. in the bottom box, developments on this model who was caught drinking beer and then must sentenced to be caned. now there is a key decision from the judge in the case. martha: also this afternoon dick cheney slamming the atto
the campaign i was much maligned because we said that we should give everyone in america a $5,000 tax credit so they can go any place in america. if you live in new york and you think there's an insurance policy in arizona that's better, you're not allowed to do that? why in the world is that? and as you know, there's great disparities between the cost of health insurance, varying from one state to another. back on malpractice a second. california has enacted some real improvements, texas has enacted some real improvement. we need national change to medical malpractice. let me mention -- [ applause ] i'm not going to get into too many more details, but you know one of the great increases of costs that we have today? the readmissions to hospitals. everybody here knows someone who went into the hospital, was discharged too early and had to go back to the hospital again and the costs have dramatically increased. the problem there, my friend, is the insurance companies who know they won't pay for more than a few days. that needs to be changed as well. as you know. so i have mentioned about the risk
limbaugh will join me. don't miss tomorrow night's episode. from new york, good, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org---^ bret: next on "special report" the president decides against the shakeup at the federal reserve. was dick cheney right all along about the value of enhanced interrogation techniques? we will show you the evidence so far. we report. you decide. you haven't heard about a terrorist plot against this country following 9/11. new details tonight. and democrats denounce organized resistance to healthcare reform. wait until you see what's coming this week. all that, plus the all-star panel, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm bret bret. on a day when a pair of economic forecasts paint a picture of exploding deficits, mounting debt andizing unemployment, america's top banker is getting a vote of confidence. major garrett reports on the p president's decision to keep the head of the federal reserve on the payroll. >> the man next to me, ben bernanke, has led the fed through one of th
and then continue? >> i agree with you. i hold no for much of the practices of the insurance companies in america. don't get me wrong. we have to fix the pre-existing condition situation and we don't shout at my town hall meetings. i agree with you. we have to address the issue of people with pre-existing conditions, people who are unable to attain health care insurance and we should do it through risk pools and it is going to cost money. go ahead. >> and the other thing is, mayo clinic that you talked about having good practices is one of the ones that president obama has cited as being the type of medical facility that we should pattern our health care reform on. >> they just don't agree with his proposals. go ahead. >> they suggest some of the same things that the mayo clinic is doing and i have some experience with the mayo clinic. my husband, who was on medicare, chose to stay on regular medicare. so he had the choice of going to mayo. i chose an hmo with medicare. i am wondering, when we have that choice with our government-provided medicare, why are so many people opposed to a government-p
, but not this time. >>> and he's america's money man. and president obama wants to keep him on the job. mr. obama revealed this morning that he'll nominate federal reserve chair, ben bernanke, nor for a second term, that announcement from martha's vineyard, where the family is vacations came through. he said bernanke has led the u.s. through the worst economic crisis that we've ever faced. he'll have to be confirmed by senate where some lawmakers might not be too happy with his first term. >>> promising news on the housing front, and it's about time. a closely watched index shows home prices have posted their first quarterly increase in 3 years. it was nearly a 3% jump from the first quarter but still down 15% from the second quarter of last year. home prices are now at home levels not seen since early 2003. >>> there's a lot of optimism about the economy in asia, but how about new york? cnn's richard quest joins us once again, but this time not from the front of the new york stock exchange, he's in brooklyn. what have you found there besides the waterfront, my friend? >> reporter: i've joined th
, plus what elvis' doctor faced, later on "good morning america." >>> a panel has issued a worst-case scenario for the spine flu. the virus could infect half of the country this fall and winter. 1.8 million people could be hospitalized. they say the majority of the cases could be mild. but the virus could till up to 90,000 people. as many as 40,000 deaths occur during a typical flu season, mostly the elderly. >>> in greece, a multinational airborne assault, and minor winds have given firefighters the upper hand against fierce wildfires. 19 water-dropping planes from 4 countries battled the largest fire just outside athens. this morning, mor than 1,000 firefighters and soldiers remain on guard against any flare-ups. >>> preliminary results from afghanistan's election are due out this evening. 10% of the vote has been tallied. the candidates have accused each other of voter fraud. fine expects aren't expected until september 3rd. >>> a familiar name has surfaced as a possible contender for new york's next governor. rudy giuliani is considering a run next year. the former new york c
to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. >> good evening. i'm martin savidge. >>> it may emerge as the defining issue of the obama presidency, the war in afghanistan. and tonight we want to take a deeper look at that conflict there from several perspectives you might not have seen, even though president obama has ordered 21,000 additional troops to afghanistan, america's military commanders are now saying that may not be enough to fight effectively against the taliban. yesterday, the chairman of the joint chiefs said the situation is serious. and it is deteriorating. that assessment came just days after afghanistan's presidential election, which continues to generate widespread allegations of fraud and intimidation as the votes are counted. for americans, voting freely and without pressure is all but taken for granted, that is not the case if afghanistan. and to help you understand that, in tonight's "lead focus," we want to give you a firsthand look what the some afghans faced just for voting in a remarkable piece of reporting by j
of america and merrill lynch you. might recall ta both sides along with the sec i should say, the sides being bank of america and the sec providing submissions to judge overseeing this case yesterday. the judge overseeing this says that monday's submissions raised a few additional issues about the case. essentially the judge has a couple of questions specifically for bank of america and wants to know more specifics why the bank will spend $33 million to settle with the sec without admitting or denying wrongdoing if the proxy statement was not false or misleading, including whether it settled to curry favor with the sec. essentially when both sides, the sec and b of a submitted filings, they say that they relied on outside counsel to create the proxy statement. and rakeoff essentially says it is at war with common sense for a corporate officer who produced a proxy statement to say he relied on counsel and if the company does not waive privilege, meaning attorney/client, then the officer and council's culpability are beyond scrutiny. ray cough essentially ordering both the sec and bank of ameri
about america. where are the slogans that republicans used to use? these colors don't run. people have forgotten about that. host: here is a message from twitter. cspanwj is how you can reach us on twitter. this piece concerns the york politics. 19 months after ending his disastrous run for the presidency, rudy guiliani is clearing a path for a possible race for governor in 2010. arnold joins us from tennessee. we're asking about then bernanke is possible second term as the fed schair. caller: good morning, to be honest i guess we are doing the best we can with what we have to work with. have you ever read a book called "the creature from jekyll island." the author is g.edward griffin. there is another book by w albert called "the coming battle" which was released in 1899 and has just been read the released. the united states is under the control of the federal reserve. that is the main reason for all of the problems we're having. we need to realize that we need to love our neighbor as we love ourselves. all these people who were calling in here and calling obama a fraud, in the bible
.ncicap.org-- shepard: qaddafi welcome home the bomber from lockerbie and now he is coming to america. i am shepard smith, the news starts right now. qaddafi has never set foot on american soil. now he wants to pitch a tent in new jersey. >> we are angry that he thinks is going to come to my neighborhood. >> he should not be in my city. shepard: this comes days after he welcomed home a terrorist with open arms. >> i was angry. shepard: now fresh outrage. first, the democrats are kicking off a p.r. blitz to turn around things in the health-care battle. they are planning to hold 1000 public events over the next two weeks. in fact, there is a town hall going on right now in virginia and with howard dean. the dnc is trying to reverse current opposition to the health-care overhaul. you heard more of this when john mccain had his first town hall. one woman got cheers for saying that republicans should kill all health care deals. >> no compromises. >> to do nothing is not the answer. to have a government takeover is exactly the wrong way to go. i will tell you right now, if it had not been for these town
's not how we're supposed to operate. america has to stand on the moral high ground and set an example. we are a beacon to the world. we are proof that democracy, a nation of law and order, works. i don't think american agents threatening to rape someone's mother is the moral high ground. attorney general eric holder has done the right thing by launching a probe into the terrorism techniques. and it's making dick cheney's head explode. he put out this statement practically singing the virtues of torture, and putting out the old adage that president obama won't keep us safe. little fear there, huh? you know, i'll hand it to cheney. the guy never gives up at being a jerk. president obama won't keep you safe. americans have doubts. you see, that's the bat call for the cheney-ites for folks who want to defend torture. here is what peter king said about the investigation of the justice department today. king is wondering what side the president the united states is on. he is suggesting the president might be on the side of the terrorists. that could go into psycho talk, but we'll get into that
america is coming out of the this morass, that business is coming back, that thele firings have run their course and the hirings are beginning. these are fabulous reasons to bake a cake. you just have to kind of put it to work, you know? that's enough of that. anyway, but why an or i don't cake? because or i don't, o.r.e.o. stands for other real estate owned, as opposed to high drox, this dunked better. when you think of housing stabilizing and going up, because the fed is going to stay steady, when the consumer is feeling frisky, you want to own the stocks of companies that own the most houses. would it be toll brothers, lenary? no, no, no, the biggest homeowners aren't home builders, they're banks. bank the america, wells fargo, jpmorgan, courtesy of the o.r.e.o. portfolios. we're in the cycle where they're going up in value, where demand is so high, nevin story is so low, you want to be invested in companies that own homes. who owns more than bank of america, courtesy of countrywide, wells far ooh courtesy of golden west. these guys own whole zip codes of homes. they taste like c
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a $5,000 refundable tax credit to go anywhere in america and get health insurance they think best meets their needs. we eliminate this problem that this nurse is talking about of hospital remissions, which is a tremendous increase in cost. we can do so many reforms, but we are incentivize and fitness as well. >> i am concerned not only for me and my children and unborn grandchildren, but i feel that this has a lot more to do with than just health care. for the first time in my life, i'm concerned about my freedom. clap up -- [applause] my question to you is, i've heard those in congress who want to bypass the constitution. if they are going to do that, do we get a say in that? because i want the right to speak my own mind and make my own decisions. >> on the issue of freedom, i just came back from a trip with lindsey graham and joe lieberman and senator susan collins to yemen, afghanistan, iraq, and i can tell you, we have the freest and most wonderful nation in the world. [applause] i believe we will protect your freedom. the second part of your question was that -- >> [inaudible] >> y
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. independence is the spirit that drives america's most successful investors. announcer: trade commission free for 30 days plus get $100 cash when you open an account. >>> welcome back to "squawk on the street." the opening bell is set to ring in one minute. time for our one thing we're watching. that one thing that curly said was most important in life. >> you want to go first? >> no, you go ahead. >> my one thing is just delving into the case-shiller numbers. the markets to watch are cleveland, dallas, denver. why do i pick them? >> i didn't know. because i don't think the browns can do it. the cowboys, maybe. >>. the broncos, i don't know. >> year on year, the 10-city composite is down 15.1%. those three markets down. 3, 3.2 and denver 2.6. >> year over year. that's not bad at all. >> the closest markets to break even on year over year. the next best market is a 5.9 out of boston. then to 10% in charlotte, all the rest are double digits. those three markets are the closest to hitting break even when you talk about hitting bottom truly is the definition of it. >> no disrespect to cleveland,
>>> good morning, america. finally, we have the documents. what police say happened to michael jackson. the gruesome time line. the shocking cocktail of potent drugs. and a report that it will be labeled homicide. >>> a dire swine flu warning. a presidential panel says half the u.s. population could get that flu. 90,000 people could die. what do we do now? >>> plaxico burress. from super bowl superstar to jail time. his first interview, here. >>> madoff's mistress. a 21-year affair. and she's telling all in a live interview this morning. >>> and defined a generation. "thirtysomething." the cast here, their first "thirtysomething." the cast here, their first reunion, 20 years later. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> we say good morning to you. welcome, again. i'm diane sawyer. robin is off on this tuesday, august 25th. after all of the speculation, after all of the talk, we have real information on michael jackson's death. >> one doctor says he took enough sedatives to knock down on elephant. the question, now, of course, will it rise to the level o homicide? abc's mike von fre
, home to america's highest court. the first sunday in october on c-span. >> mexican officials predict that nation's economy will shrink between six and a half and 7.5% this year. a discussion here on economic recession in mexico. it's about an hour and 20 minutes. >> good morning. let me welcome you all here this morning. i'd know you are all here because of the air-conditioning. but thanks very much. people say you can't do anything in august because nobody is here, and i see anybody is here today. so i guess it suggests the continuing importance of mexico, despite the headlines that have been grabbed by other countries in the hemisphere recently. the importance of mexico to the u.s., to the u.s. audience. let me say just to start with, i think that the question, at least that i was thinking of, what i would like to learn today to the three panels, and i would ask them to change their presentations, but just to give you my -- is that we know how far down in mexico was to go. in other words, we may not know the exact number, but that it is a very, very serious drop in economic activit
and empower more people in america to scale it up and apply it to tougher environments. if we do that, we really can. i mean, bidding the curb ian empty policy phrase and let you talk about what a care delivery system looks like. we actually can see those kinds of systems out there. we now need to translate them to the rest of the country. it will not happen by flipping a switch. is going to take really, gail used the phrase was, supercharge demonstrations involving lots of willing parties to do this. >> we all have a shared responsibility in bending the cost curve. so that is clear and we have to address it. if it is just payment cuts, then there is a risk. absolutely a risk in service of. shortly hospits will not cover my squally by any sense but there is a risk. it must be met with copies of reform, and the innovations supercharge demonstration projects have to be part of it in terms of the overall picture of reform. so yes, if they are part of it, we can do better in terms of cost and quality. >> let's take some questions now from the audience. do we have one right here? we have one r
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, visionary ? no, i have them. huh. the new lightweight hp mini netbook with windows and america's largest and most-reliable 3g network built in. only 199.99 with mobile broadband plans from 39.99 i am-- speechless, envious. wanna be me right now. getting one. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- greta: the battle just got a little bit worse today. today, the white house released part of the classifieds, now declassified, report about prisoner abuse. a detainee allegedly threatened with a gun and a power drill. meanwhile, across the potomac, at the justice department, the attorney general launched a preliminary investigation to see if crimes were committed by interrogators. as you can imagine, lines were being drawn in the sand here in washington. as a congressman joins me. this is the talk of the nation today, or, at least, the talk of washington. it is a preliminary investigation to see whether or çnot there should2be an investigation or even a prosecution. >> this is really a time for the president to start sh
. that and more coming up. until 7:00 when "good morning america" takes over. >>> in the meantime we send it to justin berk who will take over and tell you all about the weather. >> good morning. 6:31. 65 on the thermometer in baltimore. we got low 50s -- sorry, low 60s and 50s showing up. 59 is at york, pennsylvania. 58 winchester. 64 though crossing to the eastern shore in easton and towards dover, delaware. still 71 degrees in ocean city. we're virtually clear and relatively dry. a little bit of patchy fog this morning but we go out of the mid-60s and quickly jump into the low 80s by lunchtime. this afternoon our two-degree guaranteed high gets us to 88 with realt low humidity. that should be somewhat comfortable by late august standards. another hot day tomorrow. then we're talking about the potential of a tropical system trying to roll up the coast by the weekend. more on that coming up. >>> let's check the roads with kim now. approaching 6:32. >> thank you. 95 southbound looking good actually in both directions of 95 through howard county either headed to the capitol beltway or ba
reader, visionary ? no, i have them. huh. the new lightweight hp mini netbook with windows and america's largest and most-reliable 3g network built in. only 199.99 with mobile broadband plans from 39.99 i am-- speechless, envious. wanna be me right now. getting one. [bell ringing] the way the stock market's been acting lately you may wonder if you've been doing the right thing. is the advice you've been getting helping or hurting? are the fees you're paying really worth it? td ameritrade's fees are fair and straight-forward. their research is independent and unbiased. their investment consultants are knowledgeable and there when you need them. so why not talk to one? announcer: call today to schedule a free investment check-up, or visit a td ameritrade branch. call now or go to lifelock.com. ♪ sean: brace yourselves, everyone. the white house and the congressional budget office says -- office will release its 10- year deficit projection. ed turner -- turns out that team obama's math was a little bit off. they make -- missed the mark by $2 trillion. this is from the original estimate
cadets. eporter: he says that military commitment is, in part, repayment for america's support when estonia broke free from 50 years of soviet rule. an event the country's prime minister andrus ansip calls a miracle. >> when estonia occupied and then not so many countries supported free republic of estonia at that time. but the united states of america and some other countries, they never recognized the illegal cooperation of the free baltic states of the soviet union. >> reporter: estonians also see a connection between their long history of occupation and other nae of freedom. you can see the evidence of the people determined to hold onto an independent identity all around the capital city of tallinn. the wall that surrounds the ancient city of tallinn is a reminder of just how hard this country has struggled against invasions. in the last century alone, both germany and the soviet union have occupied estonia. >> all the people know that freedom is not free. we got huge help when the help was need for estonia and this our moral duty to help others. >> rep
. >> these are the hands of one of the most famous doctors in america. mehmet oz, director of the cardiovascular institute gives us exclusive access to the operating room as he performs open heart surgery. this patient is 82 years old. but what distresses the surgeon of how many of the patients are today in their 40s or 50's. >> i want you to put me out of business. you realize, my goodness, this didn't have to happen. that strips out any pride you might take from the advances in technology. you see this fat? >> that's fat? >> yeah. this yellow stuff is fat. he shows me the fat around the patient's heart. you don't get rid of the fat? you bypass around it? and i hold the calcified valve, an answer tobehavior. it peoples as if there are pearls or stones in it. it's a precision of the surgeon. >> when it's going well, it's ballet. >> this is the man, his hour, dr. oz. >> and the high watt and -- wattage of the exuberance of the master of television. >> go ahead. >> dr. oz can talk about anything and it all started here. >> so give me the program. two hours a day, an hour day. ten minutes. >> no, no. on a go
, wusa9.com is always on. good night. >> reporter: tonight, the president rehires america's top banker as new projections show the country falling deeper and deeper into debt. i'm katie couric. also tonight, mobilizing to fight the h1n1 flu. u.s. officials prepare for what they're now calling the biggest vaccination program in u.s. history. and the british public service video that aims to stop people from texting while driving. and it may just work. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. the president's vacation in the sun was interrupted today by a cloud of bad economic news and a forecast of more to come. from both the white house and the non-partisan congressional budget office. here's some of it: they project the deficit for this year alone will hit a record high as the government spends $1.6 trillion more than it takes in. unemployment, now 9.4%, is expected to continue rising to 10% before starting to decline slowly next year. and the white house expects the economy to shrink this year by 2.%. now to help
for america when the decision to bail out the banks under ben bernanke was the one i described putting, again, $23 trillion in risk in order to stabilize the bank's bill. >> risks were sort of multi-layered. first you have the risk of the credit billion and the fed when they -- took all those things that you were hiding in your -- >> garbage bag. >> garbage bag. >> beautiful garbage bag. >> right. right. there's that. on a more serious note, what they basically said was that we are going to monetize anything we need to monetize. >> what's that mean? what does that mean, monetize? >> principle money. in other words, print money. the fed used tomorrow lend against solid collateral, t-bill asks things like that. rock solid. now they said that they would lend against anything. we already know that there are things in that garbage bag no good. so the net effect of all of this is this they said we are going to flood the system with paper script green dollars and when we call moby but in over time what they are going to do is make all of those dollars worthless to try to inflate away the debt that h
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that fixes and corporate america should not get off the hook. >> reporter: a whopping 159 million in state highway funds. >> now with an additional hit on highway user revenues, that's going to have a very severe impact on our ability to provide traffic, much needed road improvements. >> reporter: the list of cuts goes before the board of public works tomorrow. in annapolis, roosevelt leftwich, abc 2 news. >> in an effort to raise revenues, starting september 1st, the state will have a tax amnesty, allowing people who haven't already to pay up without heavy penalties and fines. it will run through the end of october. the last time the state did this, they were able to collect more than $40 million. >>> a robbery suspect is dead, shot by an anne arundel county police officer in the parking lot of a brooklyn park store. it happened last night at murph's lickers on richie highway. brian kuebler is here with more on the shooting and why the investigation continues tonight. >> reporter: well, marybeth, police say 47-year-old brian doukas was implicated in four robberies throughout anne arundel
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, fannie mae, freddie mac, bank of america and the parent of this network, ge. carol, when you replaced casual friday with nordic tuesday, was it really for fun, or to save money on heat? why? don't you think nordic tuesday is fun? oh no, it's fun... you know, if you are trying to cut costs, fedex can help. we've got express options, fast ground and freight service-- you can save money and keep the heat on. great idea. that is a great idea. well, if nordic tuesday wasn't so much fun. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. fedex >>> let's take a look at widely held stocks. let's begin with the financials. it is green almost across the board though citigroup is a blip down a nickel or so. bank of america, jpmorgan chase, wells fargo and goldman sachs to the up side. today general electric, the parent of this network. we mentioned how oil prices are lower today and energy stocks certainly a drag on the markets. that's why you see exxonmobil to the downside but pfizer, at&t, and verizon are all in the green. >> scott, president obama appointing federal reserve chairman ben berna
, saying we're going to rape your mother, we're going to kill your kids? is that where america is in the world right now? >> no. i do not condone torture. but die not find -- i don't find it torturous to fire a gun in a different room and fire up a power drill when 3,000 americans were murdered. we would rather have 3,000 americans slaughtered than a power drill come on in the same room. >> i find the charges that the obama white house is politicizing national security. i find it disingenuous this past week, we received word under the bush white house, terror or watch alerts were raised for political purposes. >> gentlemen and laura i'm out of time. i have to run. i will have your back. earlier, i asked the viewers tonight what you thought. are you satisfied with the president's position on cia torture probe? 47% said yes, 53% said no. interesting. that's the ed show. i'm ed shut. next town hall meeting coming up this sunday night in boulder, colorado, university of colorado. for more information, go to the ed show. go to ed.msnbc.com. "hardball" next with chris matthews. >>> c
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[beeping] >> maybe put some ice on it. >> feel better, america. [ laughter ] bret: that's it for this "special report." the only place you will get the whole story. thanks for inviting us into your 1930 years ago today. now you know the news. mr. bill o'reilly is next. are you ready? bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight? >> why does the administration seem to be so thin scib skinned with regard to fox news? >> i'm not sure i agree with your question. >> jesse waters challenges bill burton's over the administration's attitude toward fox news. we have two reports on a very controversial situation. >> the interrogation of rendered people was very important to protecting america. it has, indeed, saved lived. bill: now attorney general eric holder might go after cia interrogators even though president obama says he doesn't want that we'll have the latest. >> i have had eight shots. >> bill: young women bing drinking. apparently it's a growing problem in america. >> i'm about to do a keg stand right now. bill: also, michael jackson's death is a homicide. caution, you are
'm just going to get it through. suck on it america if you don't like it. they asked dick cheney once, most of the americans are against the iraq war. do you remember what he said? so. in other words. we got elected. you have your opinions, fine. that's what twitter is for. but i'm going to do what i have to do. that's what osh should do. he should wake up tomorrow and say, jesus told me to pick health care. i'm certain of that. >> welcome to "morning joe." we've got a great show today. willie geist is here, savannah guthrie, jonathan capehart. >> are you wearing pajamas this morning? >> no, i'm not. i'm back to regular wear. >> you know, jonathan. that's exactly what i was saying about barack obama. he owns the senate, he owns the house, push it through. i'm actually -- if i were a democrat and i liked barack obama's ideas of an ever expanding federal government, i would say go after it, man. do after it. >> do you know what i think the problem is? under president bush he did say suck on it america, as bill just said. you will do this. what we have now is a president who views congre
from bank of america. and a lot of people might scratch their heads and say how could this be "forbes'" number two guy when bank of america got bailout money, and its stock is down 60% from five years ago. so i turn to you, mr. money man. eric: i'm looking at this report. brian and i were just talking about how did they rank some of these things. you see ken lewis doing very well. that stock went from about a $2 price all the way up $10, $12. so maybe they took it from that time period when it was at its low to where it was now or where it is now. they see a substantial increase in value of the company. problem is, two, three years ago, you would see a complete index picture. brian: if it wasn't for that whole i'll buy merrill lynch, who's with me problem, they would have had a great year. gretchen: the government forcing him to buy merrill lynch? brian: that's what it seems. eric: don't forget, tim geithner, head of the new york fet fed at the time, was in those meetings when bank of america bought merrill lynch. it looks like they never preal li wanted to buy merrill lynch. it likes
track of the town hall and health care debate. what it might mean for you. health care in america check facts, stats, read the blogs, it is all at cnn.com/health care. we are in new york. jack, good to see you again. i promised i would. >> like wise. keet getting together like this until they catch on. eric holder has named a chief investigation officer. it coincides with the release of the inspector general's report of tactics that included water boarding, staging mock executions and threatening suspects with guns, power drills, and the safety of their families. i mentioned moving detainees to prisons in countries where torture is allowed. a redakted version of this report was released but clearly the retails were in the redakted sections. this all is happening as president obama announced a change in intelligence gathering, shifting responsibility for terrorism investigations to the fbi and away from the cia. former vice president dick cheney has said all along this report would prove that interrogation tactics were successful in obtaining useful information from detainees that preven
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took responsibility. >>> also, a young mom like millions of moms across america goes out for an evening walk on a country road not far from her own home talking away on a cell phone. the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming "please don't take me." her voice never heard again. she vanishes without a trace. that cell phone discarded on someone's lawn two miles away. as we go to air, the ground search expands. u.s. marshals and cadaver dogs hone in after an anonymous tip. more private video of missing mom released. we have the video. tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> our thoughts and prayers are with kristi cornwell and her family. the mom of a 15-year-old was abducted. the last tips, the tips were called into the show "america's most wanted" saying she had been taken to a rural area in cleveland. cleveland county in north carolina. >> detectives are searching about 200 miles away from blairsville, georgia, in an area in the kings mountain area of north carolina. authorities say an anonymous caller was vague but gave them an address where cornwell can allegedly be found. >> i thi
? america's cable companies created c-span as a public service, a private initiative. no government mandate, no government money. >> now discussion on pensions in northern iraq between government forces and kurdish regional troupes. a report on the subject from the international crisis group. this is just over one hour. >> good morning. thank you all for coming out on a hot august day when others are all in martha's vineyard, vacationing. i'm so excited to see you. we have such a great turnout. there are many iraq experts out there, but i have a certain bias. i think ours is the best, and he has certainly spent more time in the field than most researchers on iraq from his base in jordan, where he lived many years, and in iraq proper. when i met him three years ago, he was working to highlight the crisis of the internally- displaced in iraq and to highlight his responsibility that the u.s. government had to deal with the refugee crisis. more recently, he has been looking at the crisis between the iraqi federal government and the kurdish regional government, their growing tensions and conflic
? i agree with you, i hold no grief for much of the practices of the insurance companies in america, don't get me wrong. and we have to fix the preexisting condition situation. ma'am, we don't shout at my town hall meetings. so i agree with you. we have to address the issue of people with preexisting conditions, people are unable to obtain health care insurance and we should do it through risk pools and it's going to cost money. go ahead. >> all right, the other thingma is something that president obama said that is the medical facility we should pattern our health care reform on. >> they just don't agree with his proposals. >> they suggest some of the same things that the mayo clinic is doing and i have some experience with the mayo clinic, my husband who was on medicare chose to stay on just the regular larry medicare and so he has a choice of going to mayo. i chose an hmo with medicare, and i'm wondering, would we have that choice with our government-provided medicare, why are so many people opposed to a government provided health care option? i believe -- i believe you, senator
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